Skip to comments.It's O.J. Simpson on the loose in ‘The Unpromotable,’ a film...[release delayed to help Obama]
Posted on 07/23/2012 9:30:37 AM PDT by kevcol
Pardos flick, aptly titled, The Unpromotable, is derived from more than 70 hours of real footage of Simpson traveling to events from 2001 until he was sent to the slammer in 2008 in an armed kidnapping case.
Its him with girls all over him in clubs, said Pardo, who joined Simpson at appearances in 35 states including New York. It doesnt show him in a great light, (but) in both lights.
Like the trials of Simpson themselves, the film has a racial undertone, so the Hall of Fame running back has given him strict instructions to not release the film until after the 2012 election so that it wont affect President Obamas chances.
I spoke with O.J. the other day, and he requested I put it off till after the election, Pardo explains. He doesnt want an issue with this election with race.
Craig Brand, who has served as a lawyer for Simpson for 15 years and introduced Pardo and Simpson in 1999, has seen the film and believes that Simpson will love it.
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I had a two week trip to Miami and OJ was at my hotel everyday. We talked many a hour and watch two weekends of college and pro football together in the barroom area.
Did I like OJ, yes. Did he do it, most likely;)
Yes, but - to judge from the image above - they're third- and fourth-tier candidates.
Last thing we can do (as a nation of “cowards” per Holder) is have a conversation on race before the election. We need to keep the most racist president ever mute on the subject to fully mask his true nature.
Obviously O.J. is trying to help his old friend Barack who is now in the White House. I’ve heard that Obama and Simpson were and may still be really tight and there was and is speculation that O.J. had help on the night that Nicole and Ron Goldman were murdered. However, Obama has yet to release the details of where he was the night the murders took place.
He had help.
Yeah... but it wasn't Barry. Have you seen him throw a football?